The Tennessean reports that all 95 counties in the state are following last week’s U.S. Supreme Court ruling that overturned bans on same-sex marriage. Still, some county clerks are refusing to perform those marriages.
Clerks are legally allowed to refuse to perform the marriages, but must issue the licenses.
The majority of the counties were ready to issue the licenses on Monday, but a few counties had to wait until Tuesday because of technical issues with paperwork or software upgrades.
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